Here are The Critics Choice Awards Best Supporting Actor Odds


Posted: January 1, 2022

Updated: January 1, 2022

  • Critics Choice Awards will take place on the 9th of January in 2022
  • Kodi Smit-McPhee, Troy Kotsur, Ciaran Hidds, and Jamie Dornan has the most winning odds

You may ask yourself why should you bet on the Critics Choice Awards? First of all, it’s a great chance to double your money. Betting on move events, are always a good idea because they are easier to predict. All you have to do is do a little research before betting. Secondly, if you want to bet on the biggest movie event in Hollywood, the Oscars, you will have a better chance. Why? Because usually, the one who wins the Critics Choice Awards will win the Oscars awards too. So keep reading and find out the Critics Choice Awards Best Supporting Actor odds and visit 22BET Sportsbook to bet!

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Kodi Smit-McPhee In The “The Power of the Dog” 

In the first place of the list, we have Kodi Smit-McPhee. According to online gambling sites in the US, he has his winning odds at 1.72, which makes him the frontrunner. He is known for his roles in “The Road”, “Let Me In”, “ParaNorman”, “X-Men: Apocalypse”. This year he had a bigger role in Jane Campion’s “Power of the Dog”. What more this role earned him widespread acclaim and numerous accolades. He already won several awards for that role as the best supporting actor. For example in the New York Film Critics Circle, Chicago Film Critics Association Awards, and Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards. And if it’s not impressive enough, it seems like he will be nominated in the Golden Globe Awards, and maybe in the Oscars too! So why wouldn’t you bet him to win Critics Choice Awards Best Supporting Actor?

The movie manages to bring back the beloved western style to the cinema, with a fresh new story and theme. it focuses on the story of two brothers, Phil, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, who is tough and masculine, kind of a lone wolf, and George. The latter is more of a gentleman and marries a woman with a son, named Peter. He studies to be a doctor and he is the opposite of Phil. Kodi Smit-McPhee plays Peter who later in the movie gets into a complicated relationship with Phil. Smit-McPhee’s acting is simply amazing, he portrays his character perfectly. 

Troy Kotsur Has Good Odds To Win Critics Choice Awards Best Actor “CODA” 

The movie “CODA” premiered this year at the Sundance Film Festival and got a good review. It’s kind of a coming-of-age story, but it’s more than that. At first glance, you may think it’s predictable and the story you have seen millions of times before. It tells the story of a talented small-town girl of modest means with dreams to study music in the big city. What makes the story more complex is that Ruby’s whole family is deaf, and she is the only hearing member of the family. There is an idealistic teacher, a big crush several rehearsal montages. And of course, a loving father, who is played by Troy Kotsur.

To be honest the aspect the drew attention to the movie was Kotsur’s playing. He has already been a pioneering star of stage and screen, even though the movie industry never recognized his gift of talent. His vulnerability, amazing humor, and how he expresses himself makes him a really wonderful actor. And the fact that he is deaf makes his performance even more amazing, and we couldn’t root for him more to win the award. As a deaf actor was the perfect role for him, to play Ruby’s father, a deaf fisherman. 

Before his role in this movie, Kotsur played in several plays and even toured with The National Theatre of the Deaf. He even played in movies, where his voice was played by a different actor. All in all, it seems like this year he finally got recognition and that could be the beginning of his rising as a famous actor. What’s more, it seems like “CODA” has finally earned him worldwide fame, and he could be nominated for even Golden Globe. Furthermore, he had already won an Independent Spirit Award for his acting in the movie. So why wouldn’t he win Critics Choice Awards Best Supporting Actor? We would really love to see him taking home the award. Even the online sportsbooks in the US give him a high chance, with winning odds at 3.00. 

Ciaran Hidds and Jamie Dornan In “Belfast” 

Next we have two actors that are nominated for Critics Choice Awards Best Supporting Actor for the same movie. We have Ciaran Hinds with winning odds at 6.00, and Jamie Dornan with winning odds at 11.00. They both have high chances to win the awards and they are both nominated for their acting in “Belfast”.

The movie is a mixture of a fictional memoir and a coming-of-age story. Kenneth Branagh”s movie is a true masterpiece and even has good odds to win Best Picture at the next Oscar Awards. It was based on his personal life, and how he spent his childhood in Northern Ireland. It’s also the beginning of a conflict that affected Northern Ireland and lasted for 30 years, so the movie also covers that topic. The movie is brilliant, beautiful, and amazing to watch. And with the black and white theme gives kind of a nostalgic feeling.

What’s more it a bit makes us think about “Roma” that win several Oscar Awards a few years ago. All in all “Belfast” is lovable, funny and brilliant. We get to see 1969 from a perspective of a child. Jamie Dornan plays his father, and Ciaran Hidds is his grandfather. Hidds is perfect for the role of “Pa”, he even felt honored to be a part of the director’s personal story. The two actors play perfectly their roles, and their acting is simply beautiful. We get to see the family dynamic and connections that are so touching and portrayed perfectly. So why wouldn’t one of them win Critics Choice Awards Best Supporting Actor? Don’t hesitate, visit 22BET Sportsbook right now, and put on your bets!

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